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For full yr, imports up 7% and climbed to almost 12% of volume in supers, according to IRI. But slowed to just 2% gain in 4th qtr, with several leading brands down. Among top 5 import brands, Heineken, Tecate and Corona Light all jumped 14-15% for full yr, while segment leader Corona Extra slowed to 6% growth (and down 1% for 13 weeks) and Labatt Blue up just 3% (down 3% in 4th qtr). Foster

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  • Year 2003
  • Volume 4
  • Issue # 74
Moderate drinkers take less sick leave from work than abstainers and heavy drinkers, according to new study of 6000+ men and women in Finland. Authors told Reuters that absences in this study based solely on medical examination, so differences not due to

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  • Year 2002
  • Volume 4
  • Issue # 64
In New Eng’s largest state, increasingly powerful hi-end includes 4 cos that total 20 share, each growing faster than mkt as a whole. Even tho AB up 12,000 bbls, 0.8% thru Aug, it lost 0.4 share to 49.1 yr-to-date as total mkt up 1.5%. And Miller off 20,000 bbls, 6%. It's down to 10 share. Coors up 1%, share even at 9. But the comer is Boston Beer: up 27,000 bbls, 28% and climbed to 4.3 share on strength of Sam Light intro. Heineken got 7,000-bbl, 4% growth, its share hit a striking 7 for 8 mos. And Gambrinus gained 16,000 bbls, 12%, up to 5 share. Those 3 hi-end cos over 16 share. Throw in Guinness Bass Import Co, up 3%, and at 3.4 share and you get 20 share from 4 cos.

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  • Year 2002
  • Volume 4
  • Issue # 63
Total shipments to 5 New Eng states up or even for 5th straight yr in 2000. After los-ing 600K bbls in 1st half of 90s to 7.2 mil bbls, total shipments back up to 7.5 mil bbls in 2000 with 1.8% gain. AB held share at 51.7, but that

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  • Year 2001
  • Volume 3
  • Issue # 24
Ask consumers in NYC, LA and Chicago what beer they drank in last mo and you get a dif-ferent story in each of top 3 US cities. Surprisingly, it ain

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  • Year 2001
  • Volume 3
  • Issue # 25
Domestic brewers’ draft shipments declined again in 2000. That’s nothing new: yr 2000 was 8th drop in a row. Off another 400,000 bbls, 2.2% to 16.6 mil bbls in 2000. Draft was just 9% of domestic brewers’ shipments last yr. Now off 4.4 mil bbls, 21% since 1992 peak, with de-clines every yr between 1 and 5%. Meanwhile, import draft shipments jumped over 200,000 bbls, 14% to 1.8 mil bbls. Also 9% of import shipments. Total draft biz at 18.4 mil bbls.

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  • Year 2001
  • Volume 3
  • Issue # 26